Nokia has been a little sneaky lately with its handset announcements. Rather than sending out a formal press release, the manufacturer quietly posted the news to its press blog. It happened a month ago with the Nokia Mural and the company took the same course Thursday when it released the Nokia 6350.
Destined for AT&T, the 6350 sports a simple flip design in red or graphite. Features include messaging, a speakerphone, assisted-GPS with support for AT&T Navigator, a 2-megapixel camera, a music player, voice dialing, a 2.5 millimeter headset jack (hiss!), Bluetooth, a personal organizer, a voice recorder, a WAP browser, and a microSD card slot (up to 16GB). The quad-band world phone also supports AT&T's 3G network and AT&T Video Share.
The 6350 will go on sale Sunday, October 4 for $29.99 with service.
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